Five companies were fined for a combined eight violations in New Jersey in November, the most active month of enforcement in New Jersey in the last two years, according to GamblingCompliance research.
In orders issued on November 16 and November 18, the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE) required the companies to pay a combined $153,500 in fines, the most expensive month for operators, according to GamblingCompliance’s U.S. Sports Betting and Internet Gaming Enforcement Tracker.
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